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The Conscience of Thoroughbred Racing


For handicappers who haven’t followed the championship meet closely, they may be unaware that trainer Jimmy Toner is having himself a very good meet. Even when his horses do not win, they are running well.

Red Hot and Blue (3-1) is such an example in today’s finale.

Eleven weeks ago, Toner moved her to GP’s Tapeta Track, taking advantage of her freshness and pedigree as the Candy Ride’s can do just about anything, including going long on the All-Weather.

Today she will be stretching out to 1-3/16s miles beneath underrated Jorge Ruiz who has a knack with two-turn types. This tandem are a profitable 25% effective when hooking up.

The mare he rides always seems to fire her best shot and apparently has found a new home on this strip. Nicely drawn inside, the mare should enjoy a ground saving trip and fire given given the cue. Check out her most recent start here, DEC 15, Race 9.

Taking Red Hot And Blue to win, no price restrictions, and an exiting box with Never Been Wrong (9-2) who exits a key race and partnered with hot riding Luis Saez.

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  1. I noticed that Candy Rides really love that TP surface as well. Thanks for the headsup on Toner’s horse today.

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